Time Is Fiction

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Time Is Fiction
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Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 5, 2008
Genre Indie rock
Label Credential Recordings
Producer Nathan Dantzler, Edison Glass
Edison Glass chronology
A Burn or a Shiver
Time Is Fiction
Professional ratings
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Patrol Magazine(7.0/10) [2]

Time Is Fiction is the second studio album by American indie rock band Edison Glass. The album was released by Credential Recordings on February 5, 2008 (after being pushed back from a scheduled November 20, 2007 release date), and was produced by Nathan Dantzler and Edison Glass. The CD release show was held at Looney Tunes CD Store in West Babylon, New York, the same location where the band held the CD release show for their debut album, A Burn or a Shiver .

The phrase "Time is Fiction" appeared earlier in the lyrics of Chemlab's song "Pink," [3] released 1996. [4]

Track listing

1."Let Go"2:21
2."Cold Condition"3:37
3."Without a Sound"4:01
4."End of You"3:11
5."All Our Memories"4:14
7."See Me Through"3:47
8."The Jig is Up"2:37
9."Our Bodies Sing"3:26
10."Children in the Street"3:43
11."Jean Val Jean"4:16
12."Time Is Fiction"4:22

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